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Video: How Is Fibrex® Made, and What Sets It Apart?

 

Video How Is Fibrex Made And What Sets It Apart

What do you want in a windowOf course, you want them to be beautiful, adding to the curb appeal and market value of your home. But that’s not all. Such home components should offer a lot more so Renewal by Andersen® came up with our very own material for building those frames. We call that material Fibrex®.

What Is Fibrex®?

Fibrex is the proprietary material manufactured by Renewal by Andersen for putting together window and patio door frames that work better than wood or vinyl. It’s been proven to last longer than either of those materials in any kind of weather across America.

What Makes Fibrex Special?

To understand what makes Fibrex better than most other window frame materials, or the materials used in manufacturing your French doorsyou should learn how it is made.

Andersen® Corporation, Renewal by Andersen’s parent company, has been manufacturing wood windows for over 100 years. We wanted to make use of the pieces of wood that are too small to be included in making windows so as not to let them go to waste. So, we combined those wood particles with our proprietary polymers. Fibrex is composed of 60% wood particles by weight and 40% polymer.

Before combining the two, we make sure the wood is completely devoid of moisture. Then, using our patented process, we let the two materials combine on the molecular level. The result is a wood and patio door framing material that resists moisture better than others.

We can create just about any shape or add just about any color to our window frames. This allows us to offer a host of window styles you can enjoy for a lifetime.

Fibrex has been tested to work in any weather. It will not bow or crack when exposed to the hottest summers, and it will not give in to moisture even in the wettest environments. It will remain as rigid as the day you bought your windows. Fibrex is guaranteed not to peel, fade, chip or fall victim to any of the weaknesses of wood or vinyl, making it a combination of both worlds minus all the drawbacks. That’s a lot more value for your money.

From our specialty windows to our sliding patio doors, we are confident in our Fibrex material. Renewal by Andersen of St. Louis is the window specialist you can trust. Call us today at (314) 983-9977. We can help you in St. Louis, MO, and in other surrounding areas.

Reviews

"We had such a great experience with Renewal by Anderson. The salesman was great in explaining the product as well as the process. He was prompt and pleasant. He measured our old door and scheduled another to remeasure just in case. The door took some time to make but we were made aware of the COVID delays. They called me several times to inform us of the progress. Actually we were told it was going to be the middle of August and it turned out to be a week early. The install was awesome..."

Larry Close | RbA of St. Louis, MO - Maryland Heights
August 27, 2021

"Our experience from the salesman to the installers was seamless and fantastic. We were sold with the construction and materials of the Renewal by Andersen windows and doors. Would highly recommend this product and team of installers. Thank you for a great job! "

Jenara Stockstill Willman | RbA of St. Louis, MO - Maryland Heights
August 13, 2021

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